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Social practices of rule-making in world politics

Author: Mark Raymond, (Professor of international relations)
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019] ©2019
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Rule-based global order remains a central object of study in International Relations. Constructivists have identified a number of mechanisms by which actors accomplish both the continuous reproduction and transformation of the rules, institutions, and regimes that constitute their worlds. However, it is less clear how these mechanisms relate to each other-that is, the "rules for changing the rules". This book seeks  Read more...
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Raymond, Mark (Professor of international relations), author.
Social practices of rule-making in world politics
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
(DLC) 2019005161
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Raymond, (Professor of international relations)
ISBN: 9780190913113 0190913118
OCLC Number: 1051134685
Description: viii, 272 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Social Practices of Rule-Making --
The Social Construction of Great Power Management, 1815-1822 --
Banning War : Social Practices of Rule-Making in the Interwar Period --
Social Practices of Rule-Making and the Global War on Terror --
Rules for State Conduct in the Cyber Domain --
Conclusion
Responsibility: Mark Raymond.

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This book seeks to explain how political actors know how to change, interpret, and apply the rules that comprise rule-based global order. It argues that actors in world politics are simultaneously  Read more...

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If global governance is about rule-making and interpretation, these activities are themselves governed by secondary rules. In one of the most thoughtful constructivist works of recent years, Mark Read more...

 
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